## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Schematic arrangement for spin

placed in the static magnetic field H. of an electromagnet. An r-f magnetic field Hr

of fixed angular frequency w is applied perpendicular to the static field. The r—f ...

Schematic arrangement for spin

**resonance**absorption experiments. specimen isplaced in the static magnetic field H. of an electromagnet. An r-f magnetic field Hr

of fixed angular frequency w is applied perpendicular to the static field. The r—f ...

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The process of hole injection is important in semiconductor applications,

particularly in the point contact transistor. CYCLOTRON

EXPERIMENTS In several substances it has proved possible to determine

experimentally the form ...

The process of hole injection is important in semiconductor applications,

particularly in the point contact transistor. CYCLOTRON

**RESONANCE**EXPERIMENTS In several substances it has proved possible to determine

experimentally the form ...

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Thus, at cyclotron

we had taken circularly polarized radiation in place on plane-polarized radiation,

the ratio would have been unity. The factor one-half represents the selective ...

Thus, at cyclotron

**resonance**, the conductivity is one-half of the d-c conductivity. Ifwe had taken circularly polarized radiation in place on plane-polarized radiation,

the ratio would have been unity. The factor one-half represents the selective ...

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